And the Spirit told me to go with them, making no distinction. These six brothers also accompanied me, and we entered the man’s house.
In support of the biblical doctrine of the trinity it can be seen in Acts 11:12 that the Holy Spirit evidences personality by speaking to Peter.
In this passage Peter is recounting an earlier event where the Holy Spirit was identified as the one speaking to him.
how God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power. He went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil, for God was with him.
In support of the biblical doctrine that the persons of the trinity are distinct from one another we find Peter speaking of both Jesus and the Holy Spirit as distinct persons.
This is in contrast to heretical teachings such as Modalism (which teaches that only one divine person exists who expresses himself at different times in different modes).
And he said to them, “You yourselves know how unlawful it is for a Jew to associate with or to visit anyone of another nation, but God has shown me that I should not call any person common or unclean.
In support of the biblical doctrine that Jesus Christ has a divine nature he is called “God” by Peter in Acts 10:28.
For context note that Peter references an earlier encounter where Jesus shows him that he should not call any person common that God has made clean (Acts 10:9-15, note that New Testament writers frequently use “Lord” to identify Jesus).
And while Peter was pondering the vision, the Spirit said to him, “Behold, three men are looking for you.
In support of the biblical doctrine of the trinity it can be seen in Acts 10:19 that the Holy Spirit evidences personality by speaking to Peter.
This event is mentioned later by Peter where he, again, notes that the Holy Spirit was the specific person speaking.
Jesus taught his followers not to make a public spectacle of their giving (Matthew 6:1).
Jesus taught his followers not to make a public spectacle of their prayers (Matthew 6:5).
Jesus taught his followers not to make a public spectacle of their fasting (Matthew 6:16).
See a pattern?
How proud do you think he is of everyone who has dirt on their face today, making a public spectacle of their repentance?
All of those things are good things, but making a public spectacle of them is an issue of pride and immaturity (and for some, an unbiblical obsession with errant tradition). Wash your face off and let the world see the effects of your repentance as you live your life.